Bonnie Bellow and Nanette Rainone talk with historian, Roz Baxandall, who attended the founding conference of the Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW) in Chicago on March 23 and 24, 1974. At the time of the interview, Baxendahl was writing a book on the history of women and work. They discuss this historic conference, which marks the first women's organization established totally by and for union women. Produced by Bonnie Bellow and Nanette Rainone. Recorded live.
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